This page lists all of my refereed scientific papers. It's always up-to-date. I promise. Alternatively, you can search the NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS) or the arXiv preprint server.

36) Resonant structure, formation and stability of the planetary system HD155358
Ari Silburt, Hanno Rein
Accepted by MNRAS – arXiv preprint
35) JANUS: A bit-wise reversible N-body integrator
Hanno Rein, Daniel Tamayo
Submitted to MNRAS – arXiv preprint
34) Limits on the Stability of Trappist-1
Daniel Tamayo, Hanno Rein, Cristobal Petrovich, Norman Murray
The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 840, L19 (2017)arXiv preprint
33) Moonlets in Dense Planetary Rings

Frank Spahn, Holger Hoffmann, Hanno Rein, Martin Seiss, Miodrag Sremvcevic, Matthew S. Tiscareno
Book chapter, Cambridge University Press, edited by Matthew S. Tiscareno and Carl D. Murray
32) Planetary rings and other astrophysical disks
Henrik N. Latter, Gordon I. Ogilvie, Hanno Rein
Book chapter, Cambridge University Press, edited by Matthew S. Tiscareno and Carl D. Murray – arXiv preprint
31) Connecting HL Tau to the Observed Exoplanet Sample
Christopher Simbulan, Daniel Tamayo, Cristobal Petrovich, Hanno Rein, Norman Murray
Accepted by MNRAS – arXiv preprint
30) A new paradigm for reproducing and analyzing N-body simulations of planetary systems
Hanno Rein, Daniel Tamayo
MNRAS Volume 467 (2), 2377-2383 (2017)arXiv preprint
29) A machine learns to predict the stability of tightly packed planetary systems
Daniel Tamayo, Ari Silburt, Diana Valencia, Kristen Menou, Mohamad Ali-Dib, Cristobal Petrovich, Chelsea X. Huang, Hanno Rein, Christa van Laerhoven, Adiv Paradise, Alysa Obertas, Norman Murray
The Astrophysical Journal Letters, Volume 832, Issue 2, article id. L22, 5 pp. (2016) – arXiv preprint
28) HERMES: a hybrid integrator for simulating close encounters and planetesimal migration
Ari Silburt, Hanno Rein, Daniel Tamayo
Submitted to MNRAS
27) Second-order variational equations for N-body simulations
Hanno Rein, Daniel Tamayo
MNRAS Volume 459, Issue 3, p.2275-2285 (2016)arXiv preprint
26) Tides alone cannot explain Kepler planets close to 2:1 MMR
Ari Silburt, Hanno Rein
MNRAS Volume 453, Issue 4: p.4089-4096 (2015)arXiv preprint
25) High Order Harmonics in Light Curves of Kepler Planets
Caden Armstrong, Hanno Rein
MNRAS Volume 453, Issue 1: L98-L102 (2015)arXiv preprint
24) WHFast: A fast and unbiased implementation of a symplectic Wisdom-Holman integrator for long term gravitational simulations
Hanno Rein, Daniel Tamayo
MNRAS Volume 452, Issue 1, p.376-388 (2015)arXiv preprint
23) Dynamical Stability of Imaged Planetary Systems in Formation: Application to HL Tau
Daniel Tamayo, Amaury H. M. J. Triaud, Kristen Menou, Hanno Rein
The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 805, Issue 2, article id. 100, 15 pp. (2015)arXiv preprint
22) Reanalysis of radial velocity data from the resonant planetary system HD128311
Hanno Rein
MNRAS Letters Volume 448, Issue 1, p.L58-L61arXiv preprint
21) IAS15: A fast, adaptive, high-order integrator for gravitational dynamics, accurate to machine precision over a billion orbits
Hanno Rein, Dave Spiegel
MNRAS Volume 446, Issue 2, p.1424-1437arXiv preprintsource code
20) Some inconvenient truths about `biosignatures' involving two chemical species on Earth-like exoplanets
Hanno Rein, Yuka Fujii, Dave Spiegel
PNASarXiv preprint
19) SMACK: A New Algorithm for Modeling Collisions and Dynamics of Planetesimals in Debris Disks
Erika Nesvold, Marc Kuchner, Hanno Rein, Margaret Pan
The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 777, Issue 2, article id. 144 (2013)arXiv preprint
18) How Open-Source Ideas Can Help Us Study Exoplanets
Hanno Rein
Published in the Institute Letter, Summer 2013 Issue – full publication (pdf file)
17) The formation of systems with closely spaced low-mass planets and the application to Kepler-36
Sijme-Jan Paardekooper, Hanno Rein, Willy Kley
MNRAS Volume 434, Issue 4, 3018-3029 (2013)arXiv preprint
16) A proposal for community driven and decentralized astronomical databases and the Open Exoplanet Catalogue
Hanno Rein
arXiv preprintPreprint on githubDatabase on github
15) Large-scale N-body simulations of the viscous overstability in Saturn's rings
Hanno Rein, Henrik Latter
MNRAS Volume 431, Issue 1, 145-158arXiv preprint
14) Period ratios in multi-planetary systems discovered by Kepler are consistent with planet migration
Hanno Rein
MNRAS Letters, Volume 427, Issue 1, L21-L24arXiv preprint
13) Stochastic flights of propellers
Margaret Pan, Hanno Rein, Eugene Chiang, Steven Evans
MNRAS Volume 427, Issue 4, 2788-2796arXiv preprint
12) Traditional formation scenarios fail to explain 4:3 mean motion resonances
Hanno Rein, Matthew Payne, Dimitri Veras, Eric Ford
MNRAS Volume 426, Issue 1, 187-202 (2012)arXiv preprint
11) The gravitational instability of a stream of co-orbital particles
Henrik Latter, Hanno Rein, Gordon Ogilvie
MNRAS Volume 423, Issue 2, 1267-1276 (2012)arXiv preprint
10) REBOUND: An open-source multi-purpose N-body code for collisional dynamics
Hanno Rein, Shangfei Liu
A&A 537, A128 (2012)arXiv preprintsource code on GitHubYouTube video
9) Planet-disk interaction in highly inclined systems
Hanno Rein
MNRAS Volume 422, Issue 4, 3611-3616 (2012)arXiv preprint
8) Symplectic integrators for the shearing sheet
Hanno Rein, Scott Tremaine
MNRAS Volume 415, Issue 4, 3168-3176 (2011)arXiv preprintsimple C implementation of the SEI integrator
7) Stochastic orbital migration of small bodies in Saturn's rings
Hanno Rein, John C. B. Papaloizou
Cover image in December 2010 – A&A 524, A11 (2010)arXiv preprintmovies
6) Migration of a moonlet in a ring of solid particles: Theory and application to Saturn's propellers
Aurelien Crida, John C. B. Papaloizou, Hanno Rein, Sebastien Charnoz, Julien Salmon
The Astronomical Journal 140 (2010) 944-953arXiv preprint
5) The Validity of the Super-Particle Approximation during Planetesimal Formation
Hanno Rein, Geoffroy Lesur, Zoe M. Leinhardt
A&A 511, A69 (2010)arXiv preprint
4) The Dynamical Origin of the Multi-Planetary System HD45364
Hanno Rein, John C. B. Papaloizou, Wilhelm Kley
Highlighted paper in A&A 510 A4 (2010)arXiv preprint
3) Mean Motion Resonances of High Order in Extrasolar Planetary Systems
Hanno Rein, John C. B. Papaloizou
EAS Publications Series 42, 299-302 (2010)arXiv preprint
2) On the evolution of mean motion resonances through stochastic forcing: Fast and slow libration modes and the origin of HD128311
Hanno Rein, John C. B. Papaloizou
A&A 497, 595-609 (2009)arXiv preprint
1) Formation of multi-planetary systems in turbulent disks
Hanno Rein, John C. B. Papaloizou
AIP CP 1158, 55-58arXiv preprint